Join us at Dr Jeckyll’s on Wednesday for our monthly meeting. Beer, knowledge, entertainment and excitement.
Please come join us Wednesday at Dr. Jeckyl’s for our monthly meeting. 7 PM
Back by popular demand will be our blinded beer tasting contest. Those able to identify the most categories win free beer and eternal glory.
We will also learn about oxidation and taste some fabulous examples.
Hope to see you there.
Our monthly meeting will be this Wednesday at the New Chop House Burgers, 2230 W Park Row, near David’s BBQ.
Please note this is the new location for Chop House. It is still BYOB.
We will be having a beer style identification contest with blind tasting of multiple styles. Come test your skills.
Valuable prizes for the winner. Good beer for everyone.
It’s time to celebrate. Please join us at the Texas Scottish Festival this weekend. We will have a People’s Choice competition for all of the Celtic entries with lots of fabulous homebrews to judge and enjoy.
We will meet at Dr Jeckyl’s this month. No homebrew allowed but lots of tasty brews on tap.
2420 West Park Row, Pantego, TX
The 2015 Celtic Brew Off is right around the corner. There are some changes this year, the rules can be found at the link above. Basically entries are served by the brewer at the Scottish Festival on Saturday May 9th, from kegs; and the winner will be determined by people’s choice. Entry to the Scottish Festival included in entry fee.
February 21 = Login
March 7-8th = more first round judging
March 14-15th = second round judging
March 20-21st = Bluebonnet BrewoffWatch this site for more updates/details/registration etc: www.bluebonnetbrewoff.org
Come join the Knights during a Brew-In at Dr Jekyll’s Beer Lab November 1st 2014 @ 10am.
We will be celebrating the American Hombrewers Association Learn to Homebrew Day and the grand opening addition of the Tap Room/Growler sales to the Beer Lab
So come share in some good times while we enjoy one of the most rewarding hobbies known to humanity.
Yes Laddies and Lasses we are approaching that time of year again when we start planning the Knights gathering at the Texas Scottish Festival and Highland Games.
But the main reason we gather at the TSF is to promote public awareness and appreciation of the quality and variety of home brewed beer through education, research, and the collection and dissemination of information; to serve as a forum for the technological and cross-cultural aspects of the art of brewing; and to encourage personal responsibility when using beer or other alcohol-containing beverage.
AHA Learn To Homebrew Day
In 1999, the American Homebrewers Association (AHA) established Teach a Friend to Homebrew Day as an international event to introduce people to the homebrewing hobby and to help establish relationships with local homebrew supply shops.
This Saturday @ 10am The Knights of the Brown Bottle Homebrew club will be putting on an All Grain brewing demonstration at Dr Jekyll’s.